David Knight - 5th July 2011

Diana Lange, a German graphic design student ,wanted to demonstrate some video filters she wrote with a program called Processing. She got hold of Kevin Godley's classic 1992 clip for U2's Numb, and came up with this whole new abstracted version.

That was almost a year ago. Now she's come up with a second, even more extraordinary version. And this one also incorporates Kevin's original. More info on how she created these on her Vimeo pages.

David Knight - 5th July 2011

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